Health Supervisor for Day Camp
Looking for a summer job that makes a difference, join our 2021 camp staff today! Our day camp is a place where energetic and passionate staff come together to provide a safe and positive learning environment for girls ages 5-17. At Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana camps we have a wide variety of opportunities for you. Campers and staff alike spend the summer living outdoors, trying new activities, gaining independence, and building long-lasting relationships.
As camp’s Health Supervisor you will be critical to the success of the summer. In your role you are responsible for all aspects of medical care for campers and staff including following medical routines and dispensing medications, maintaining medical and first aid record keeping, and the operation of the camp health center.
Our summer season runs from early June through early August, including staff training. Our day camp staff may work from 7 a.m.- 5 p.m., Monday through Friday with an overnight on Thursday every week.
Camp Staff Benefits:
This is a paid summer camp position. At camp you will quickly discover that the more you put into the experience, the more rewarding it will be. Throughout staff training and every day rigors at camp, you will experience countless opportunities to be challenged and held to a higher standard. These experiences and challenges will help build your resume with health care organizational practices, youth health care experiences, and customer service and communication with staff and camper families.
Health Supervisor Responsibilities:
- Create a clean, safe, and welcoming environment for campers and staff
- Help build a supportive environment where campers can grow, make new friends, and try new things
- Role model problem-solving, collaboration, and initiative to campers and other staff
- Prepare, monitor, and issue camp first aid kits
- Maintain health records, health screenings, and health care on site for campers and staff
- Monitor, assist with, and evaluate camp emergency procedures, general procedures, facilities, and conditions
- Maintain open and efficient communication with camp director, staff, and parents/guardians involving camper’s illness and injury through e-mail, phone, and/or in person based on the situation
- Assume responsibility for the physical health, safety, and mental welfare of the campers and staff
- Other duties as assigned
Apply today to join our summer camp team! (Your future self will thank you!)